- 4 Year
- ADRIAN, MI
Adrian College Reviews
Rating 3.5 out of 5 641 reviews
The food is okay, but the education is amazing. I study criminal justice and play volleyball here. I live in a dorm on campus and that is also very nice.
It’s a great college, it’s a smaller campus but expected for the location, everyone really knows everyone, I wouldn’t change going here for anything, great experiences and professors are all super helpful
My first year on campus so far has been a little rollercoaster sometimes, to be honest. I would be fine and all caught up on my work (or so I thought), but I always find myself stressing over an assignment I forgot about or I will usually stress about how much I have to do for the assignment. There are also the weekends and some weekdays that I have the night to hang out and not worry about school.
Small classes and campus is great. The professors are caring and the sporting events are really fun. Campus life is very easy to adapt to. One on one time with professors is super easy to obtain. Highly recommend.
I thought for the most part of my first year the staff was very helpful and very good at ensuring that students are able to better their learning everyday. I thought the community of living on campus felt like home everyday. I also thought that being on a team for the school made it feel like I had a family there everyday and my teammates were so close to me.
It's an amazing school with good professors it's small but the campus is still very active. The regular dorms can be better, but it's not bad
With rising tuition rates and the threat to take away scholarships if you move off campus, it is clear Adrian College isn’t concerned with affordability and student welfare. Student housing is falling apart, as well as student parking lots and teaching staff.
Was a great college before COVID. Faculty and Staff aren't connected and do not understand each other, thus making it harder for the students to have a successful college experience. Hard time hiring professors and getting them to stay.
The small school atmosphere was what drew me into the college, allowing me to communicate first hand with my professors. This allowed me to excel and learn faster and be more in depth for my classes. I really enjoyed my first year at Adrian college after transferring in, brought out the best in me by being surrounded by excellent staff and students!
The academics and social scene of Adrian College are amazing. Since it is a smaller campus, you can access more one on one help and all classes are in a mile radius of each other. Tutoring is free on campus and there are multiple places to study and hangout during the day.
I enjoy the small campus and the tight community that are created by the students. With having such a small student body, you get to know a lot of peers with similar interests.
this college is a welcoming place for students to get their education. My favorite part about this college is the class sizes.
The faculty and staff are students are very kind and helpful. However, I'd love to see more student involvement because there are many great opportunities.
I have had an over average experience here at Adrian. Finding my friend group took some time, but once I found people I liked to hang out with, things got better. The teachers here clearly care about their students, and reach out when things seem off. Smaller class sizes make it easier to communicate with teachers and ask questions. I also am on the synchronized skating team, and have had a good season so far. The girls on the team are very nice, and it has been nice to train and compete with them. So far, the worst thing about going to school here has been the surrounding town. There isn't much to do off campus, and the only malls or shopping scenes are an hour or more away. Adrian has a cute downtown, but as someone who grew up in Philadelphia, it was a little underwhelming coming here. Overall, if you're from Michigan, or used to a small town setting, and want to go to a smaller school, Adrian College is right for you.
I think Adrian College is a great place, my only complaint is that sometimes the administration cares more about money than student welfare.
I love how close everyone gets after the first week of freshman year because everyone eventually meets each other since the school is small.
What I liked about Adrian college is that the professors and people there are really nice and generous . At Adrian college you get that feeling that you are at home. The professors at Adrian college get to know you really well and care about you doing your best. Overall everybody there is kind and generous.